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Little Leaguer - January

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Little Leaguer® The official newsletter of Little League Baseball and Softball

The committed efforts of Little League volunteers throughout the world have produced extraordinary results in the area of safety and injury prevention. In 2009, 85 percent of all Little Leagues voluntarily operated a safety plan. Preparations for the 2010 season are well under way and it is a good time to start developing this year’s safety plan. Leagues submitting plans for the 2009 season are reminded to do so again this year. Any questions on how to organize a safety plan are to be directed to Jim Ferguson, Little League International’s Assistant Director of Risk Management, at: 570-326-1921, ext. 212; or e-mail : jferguson@LittleLeague.org.

Volume 27 - Issue No. 1   January 2010